Beth Moore’s Letter Draws Fire From a Man Writing Without Substance. – on Tim Fall’s blog

Jesus said that those who abide in him will bear good fruit. (John 15.) I sometimes consider that when I see how two people address the same point. It came up the other day with Beth Moore and Seth Dunn. Beth Moore wrote an open letter to men in her circles about how some of […]

via Beth Moore’s Letter Draws Fire From a Man Writing Without Substance — Tim’s Blog – Just One Train Wreck After Another

How Do I Find a Safe Church? – by Leslie Vernick

Morning friends, Wow, we have had quite a week. We’ve had a lively and productive discussion on spiritual abuse in marriage on this blog. Last Sunday I heard a very interesting sermon on the third commandment about not taking the Lord’s name in vain which tied very closely to the whole topic of spiritual abuse. To…

via How do I Find A Safe Church — Leslie Vernick- Christ-Centered Counseling

Church Discipline (Abuses). by Todd Wilhlem for The Wartburg Watch

“Too many of our present day evangelical churches are staffed with proud, pompous, narcissistic men who have been indoctrinated at institutions such as Southern Baptist Theological Seminary,” writes ‘rock-throwing peasant’ Todd Wilhelm.

via Church Discipline – A Difficult Task? Guest Post by Todd Wilhelm —

Personal Story: Wife of Pedophile Shares How Her Husband Manipulated Her from Seeing the Truth – Spiritual Sounding Board blog

“In Cindy’s story, we read about what it was like for her as she came to grips with her husband’s secret life of committing sexual crimes against children and how it affected the relationships in her family and extended family….”

Source: https://spiritualsoundingboard.com/2016/12/27/ex-wife-of-pedophile-shares-her-story/

Spiritual Sounding Board

Pedophile, Wife of Pedophile, Sex Abuse


Today I am posting a personal story from a woman named Cindy who left a comment yesterday on the 3-1/2-year-old article, Being Married to a Pedophile: A Wife Speaks Out and Offers Hope to Other Wives of Pedophiles, which has continued to reach women who are searching for support.

Her comment was posted at 4AM on the West Coast the day after Christmas. It got me wondering . . . maybe Cindy lives on the East Coast and was posting this in the quiet hours of 1AM after a pleasant Christmas day (the story ends on a positive note). What struck me was that she posted this around the time where families are gathered for the holidays. Perhaps she, too, was reminiscing of Christmases past, of what it was like when their family appeared to be whole and happy. But obviously she also thought about the…

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Rachel Miller and the Missing CBMW Posts on the Eternal Subordination of the Son —

Why does CBMW secretly delete inconvenient articles?

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